‘X Factor’ UK 2015: Shocked! 4th Impact Open Up What They Really Feel On Elimination

By Martin Suan | 11 months ago
‘X Factor’ UK 2015: Shocked! 4th Impact Open Up What They Really Feel On Elimination

4th Impact have revealed what they really feel on being eliminated from “The X Factor” UK 2015 last November 29.

After the group’s sing-off with Lauren Murray, the judges reached into a deadlock on who should go home and decided to let the viewers determine instead on who should remain in the show.


As in their previous weekly performances since landing a seat in the series, the girls have given their best in the quarter finals just to make it through the sing-off.

The Filipino group sang their hearts out with “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” of the Broadway musical “Dreamgirls” while Muray took on Mariah Carey’s “Vision of Love.”

Many have also said the girls and Murray’s sing-off was one of those best sing-offs ever.

And when the results came in, it revealed that 4th Impact would be the ninth act to leave from the show, saving Murray for the next Live Show.

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It is normal for contestants to feel unhappy if being eliminated from a competition and 4th Impact admitted they were quite said and shocked because they did not expect it.

“We are so shocked but you didn’t know who would go home so we prepared ourselves. We’re a little sad because we didn’t expect it,” they said in a report by Telly Mix.

A lot has happened to 4th Impact since joining the compeition – from name change, controversies, collapses, million YouTube views, overnight massive followers, to post-X Factor gigs.

And when they thought about the day they auditioned in Wembley until reaching to where they are right now, they said it has been a long journey.


When asked about who should win in the competition, the quartet said, “EVERYONE!”

Every 4th Impact fan got upset upon knowing that their favorite girl group has bidden their farewell. An example was this girl who went bawling after learning their exit.


The post reached 4th Impact’s official Twitter account and had 520 retweets and 1,207 likes since then. However, supporters like her should cheer up as the group is set to appear in “The X Factor” UK tour next year.

Fans could also catch the girls in their upcoming gigs.


But the greatest thing that could make the whole 4th Impact fandom happy is this: Seeing them signed.

Here’s to hoping they land a record deal.

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